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Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology

By: Philippe Leveau(Editor), Frédéric Trément(Editor), Kevin Walsh(Editor), Graeme Barker(Editor)
225 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Oxbow Books
Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology
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  • Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology ISBN: 9781785704000 Paperback Aug 2016 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Language: Contributions in either English, French or Italian

Nineteen essays present wide-ranging approaches to environmental reconstruction across Mediterranean Europe with case studies from southern and central France, central Italy, Spain, Greece, Slovenia and Turkey. It is Volume Two in the Archaeology of Mediterranean Landscapes series, which published five volumes as part of the POPULUS Project which aimed to establish a series of research goals and standards in Mediterranean landscape archaeology, so as to advance the study of ancient demography of the region on a broad comparative front.

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By: Philippe Leveau(Editor), Frédéric Trément(Editor), Kevin Walsh(Editor), Graeme Barker(Editor)
225 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Oxbow Books
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